Okay, if you've been reading up my previous articles recently, you've probably remembered my story about using your phone as a 3D scanner and the one where you can enjoy your coffee with 3D latte art. Now I'm sharing another 3D-printed product but this time it can move or react the moment you start looking. So what is this product exactly? Well, it's a top, essentially a piece of clothing, made out of plastic and monochromatic spikes that then undulate depending on what the camera picks up and where you're looking. Yup, the top has a built-in camera with some facial tracking algorithm technology.

 

The project is a collaboration between architect and designer Behnaz Farahi together with Pier 9 and Autodesk. Watch the product video below and tell us what you think in the comments section below.

 

 

Is it something how you imagined it would work? Probably one of the many cool examples how technology can integrate into fashion or breathing clothing (literally).